14 May 2021
The trial has been scheduled for March 8 for the four now-fired police officers charged in the death of Floyd on May 25 while he was forcibly detained on a south Minneapolis street corner
Overnight double shooting just after 3 a.m. Large police response. 14xx 6th St SE One shooting victim was not found on scene, but reportedly self transported to the hospital. Another male was found with a gunshot wound to the chest inside the residence
4 month ago
LONG LAKE: 1-Alarm Fire - 4xx Mill St - Crews are on scene of a single family home with a working chimney fire. Crews report they have fire on 2nd floor knocked down and are checking for extension. Mutual Aid is being provided by Wayzata
Scene of an apparent shooting next to the Bierman Athletic Building at the UofM. One victim was transported by ambulance
2nd and Park Ave, police recovered a gun from one of the protesters. ( a lot of screaming in the background)
Previously carjacked vehicle just went passed police area of 33rd/Chicago Ave S. Chrysler 300, plate 539T*K
911 caller reporting hearing 5 shots fired possibly from a house party near W 26th St and Emerson Ave S. Squad 514 560 20:16 (Did someone say house party)
Protesters at 36th and Cedar are wrapping up a short march. They were chanting for Dolal Idd, the man who was shot and killed after appearing to shoot at Minneapolis police last night
Boarding up the Holiday gas station at 36th and Cedar, where a man was killed by police last night. Yards away, a vigil takes place
Plywood panels going up at the Holiday gas station on 36th/Cedar now in anticipation of possible unrest. This comes minutes before a planned vigil for Dolan Idd, 23, the man killed last night during a confrontation with Minneapolis police
Minneapolis police hold news conference following the release of body camera video in police shooting at Cedar and 36th on Wednesday:
The father of a man shot and killed by Minneapolis police at 36th Street and Cedar Avenue on Wednesday evening came to the scene late Thursday morning, showing those gathered a photo of his son, who he identified as Dolal Idd
Police in Minneapolis say they will quickly release body camera video from a traffic stop that ended with a man shot dead Wednesday evening, the city's first police-involved death since George Floyd died while being restrained by officers in May
Pretty quiet at south Minneapolis gas station where police shot & killed a man last night, drawing spirited & sometimes angry protests. One candle left burning under a stoplight on 36th /Cedar Ave. Sign on gas station door says they open at 8 a.m. Customers waiting in their cars
ST. PAUL: Officers responded to a report of a man armed with a knife, threatening others inside a residence on the 800 block of 7th St. E. - Police took the suspect into custody after deploying a taser and requested medics respond for an evaluation around 3:25 a.m
MINNEAPOLIS: Burglary of business - 28xx Nicollet Ave. - Suspect seen on video alarm inside the restaurant. - Officers arrived and had the suspect at gunpoint through a window, then were calling him out. One in custody at 1:55 a.m., clearing the rest of the business
28th and Nicollet, officers responded to a business alarm and now have a suspect at gunpoint. Developing 01:56
Minneapolis Police Chief Arradondo says that investigators believe that the felony suspect that was killed had fired at officers first. Arradondo went onto say that the body cam video from the scene will be released later in the day on Thursday
This was the scene at the corner of 38th & Cedar in South Mpls, just before Midnight. A crowd numbering in the hundreds had gathered at the intersection after a man died in an exchange of gunfire with police after a felony traffic stop at a nearby Holiday Gas Station
There were early reports of confrontations between protestors and police following the shooting, Wednesday Evening. We had originally left the scene due to some safety concerns
Several people had lit bonfires in the middle of the intersection. Police we're keeping a close eye on things from the ground and the air
MINNEAPOLIS: Robbery of person at gunpoint - W. 29th St & Blaisdell Ave. - Suspects last seen eastbound on 29th St. on foot, described as four black males. Loss was keys, wallet and phone. Possibly related to an earlier person with a gun call in this location
MINNEAPOLIS: Robbery of person - Portland Ave. & E. 22nd St. - No other info yet
MINNEAPOLIS: MPD squad struck by a vehicle near Lake St. & Cedar Ave. S. just now. - Unknown injuries. Officers are out with the striking vehicle
Dispatcher notifying police of numerous Shotspotter activations: 37th/Elliot 36th/Columbus (2 addresses) 38th/Oakland, 9 rounds 01:31
Protesters have dispersed. Embers from the fire left burning in the intersection of 36th/Cedar. Now I'm actually leaving. Stay safe, everyone
MFD was just dispatched for the bonfire that protesters erected in the intersection of E. 36th St. & Cedar Ave
This may have occurred in Brooklyn Center, actually, as an MPD officer just asked to be cleared from the call. 52nd/Logan is just a block south of the border between the cities
MINNEAPOLIS: A stabbing victim showed up at the hospital, with the incident reportedly occurring near Logan Ave. N. & 52nd Ave. N., but exact time unclear
They may be headed west to 38th & Chicago. The rest of the group is added fuel to the bonfire at 36th and Cedar:
And the van and a small group of protesters head south down Cedar Avenue
I count about 150 people still on scene. Organizers are trying to get crowd to move out of the way so they can move their van with sound system but people are clustered around a big bonfire in the middle of the intersection. Relatively quiet now and very very cold
Just spoke with Susana De Leon, founder of the Abogados law office at the corner of 36th/Cedar. Her clerks heard the gunshots from the Gas station across the street after she left. She says she returned to erect an alter for the man killed by police and for a grieving community
Still couple hundred people at site of tonight's fatal shooting by Minneapolis police. Crowd's been spirited at times, mostly with chants. Mostly music playing and people around fires now. The whole 3600 block of Cedar Ave is empty
ST. PAUL: *SHOOTING* XX Atwater St. - Officers are out on a shooting after an attempted home burglary. It appears that the resident of the home was shot, and the suspect(s) fled on foot from the residence
Also, Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo said it was not yet clear who fired first and that body camera footage will resolve that question. Latest story:
I'm at the scene now. Protesters are engaging with several different lines of police at the intersection of 36th/Cedar. Someone just got on the megaphone noting that officers are starting to form a perimeter around the area "to pin" them in
The crowd gas migrated from the 36th Street driveway of the gas station to a line of squads behind tape on Cedar Avenue in front of the gas station. About seven officers, some having helmets, batons and visible pepper spray, are lined in front of the squads now
Chief Arradondo says suspect fired first at police. Suspect pronounced dead at scene. Officers and passenger unharmed. BCA investigating. More tk
A familiar sound for people in this neighborhood: helicopter. They were almost continuous in weeks following May unrest. Holiday looking a little like fortress. With officers lining driveway and at least one on roof. Haven't seen any chemical weapons used or arrests yet
Group starting a bonfire in the street near the van, 36th and Cedar Ave S
A squad drove down Cedar to the crowd at 36th St. People yelled at them. Thumped the hood and eventually they backed up. People with bullhorn keep warning crowd about police preparing teargas or pepper spray
Crowd took down police tape on 36th and are near policemen on side driveway of gas station. Police are taping that off
A source close to the investigation tells KARE 11 that investigators believe the suspect fired first at MPD officers, and that investigators found a gun on the suspect-KARE 11
Minneapolis police say an officer shot and killed a man identified as a felony suspect Wednesday evening near 36th Street East and Cedar Avenue in south Minneapolis. No officers were injured
Minneapolis police say a man was fatally wounded by at least one officer in "an exchange of gunfire" with a felony suspect during a traffic stop near 36th and Cedar about 6:15 tonight. No officers or others known hurt so far
A man was shot and killed by Minneapolis police during a traffic stop near 36th Street and Cedar Avenue in south Minneapolis
There's a heavy police presence at 36th/Cedar in south Minneapolis; early indications are that officers shot someone, though MPD hasn't released anything official. Details are slim, for now
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